The soundtrack for Assassin's Creed Valhalla will come from three composers. Jesper Kyd, Sarah Schachner and Einar Selvik take care of the music for the Viking adventure from Ubisoft. Among other things, Einar Selvik is also a composer in the Vikings series. Kyd and Schachner have also worked for Assassin's Creed in the past. The game will appear in stores towards the end of the year.
The Ubisoft team has revealed more details about Assassin's Creed Valhalla. The product description in the Ubisoft Store shows that three composers will be involved in the new game in the series. These are Sarah Schachner, Einar Selvik and Jesper Kyd. In the case of Einar Selvik, fans can even look forward to music from one of the composers of the Vikings series. Incidentally, a soundtrack CD will also be included in the Collector's Edition of Assassin's Creed Valhalla.
But the other two composers have also had to do with Ubisoft and other studios in the past. Sarah Schachner worked for example on the AC parts Unity and Origin as well as on Call of Duty: Infinity War and Modern Warfare. Most recently, Jesper Kyd was responsible for Assassin's Creed, Borderlands and Hitman. Assassin's Creed becomes Valhalla at the end of the year (buy now for € 59.99) for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and PC.
Only this week, the company announced its own E3 replacement event, Ubisoft Forward. The livestream can be followed on the Internet on July 12, 2020. Numerous new details on Valhalla are also expected here. Last week, in our preview, we also took a first look at the Viking adventure. You can find a trailer for the game here below.
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